Die Hard Goofs
"Er, someone wasn't on top of their game that day..."
See the goofs, blunders and plain ole mistakes in the 1988 Action / Adventure movie starring Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Alexander Godunov More Cast
We believe the following are all legit mistakes. If we've bungled it, or you have additional info, please update us.
Rewind ArchiveWhen jumping off the roof at Nakatomi Plaza just before it explodes, you can clearly see John McClane's "rubber shoes" that were used to protect his feet. While the people are being held hostage, he is supposed to be barefoot.
Rewind ArchiveThe eyes of the "dead" Tony in the elevator close just before Hans touches his face. His face also moves to avoid getting hit.
Thanks to AnonymousAfter Reginald reverses his bullet ridden cop car he exits the car with a bleeding head cut, he's next seen talking to McClane on the walkie unharmed.
Thanks to JohnThe first and second rocket attacks both blow out the same window on the APC.
Thanks to KennethWhen Bruce enters the elevator he is wearing a white T-Shirt. After the elevator scene, he has a black T-Shirt on. I don't know if this was done purposely to make the audience think his shirt had gotten dirty but, obvious, it is a different shirt.
Thanks to Thad JamesonThe Police car that Reginald Vel Johnson's character 'Sgt. Al Powell' is driving, from the time he is at the gas station until he pulls up to Nakatomi Plaza, is an older late seventies model Impala, but when the bullets hit it it's a later mid eighties model. In another shot, when it is driving in reverse, the rear door on the driver side is black. It can be seen when the chauffeur Argyle is talking on the limo's car phone.
Thanks to DanAfter Hans demands the release of 3 groups of terrorist prisoners, McClane calls Al Powell, on the radio, asking about that "bullsh!t"..Al repsonds "I'm here John, I'm here..."
However. at this point, Bruce Willis is still "Roy" (as in Roy Rogers) Al doesnt know yet that he's John McClane....
Thanks to AnonymousIf officer Powell was behind a desk because he couldn't bring himself to pull a gun after accidentally shooting a young kid, why was he on patrol that night?
Thanks to ElizaIn the scene where John McClane tries to reach an elevator shaft and he slips, was not actually in the script. The stunt double was supposed to grab the first vent but slipped. The director liked it so much that he kept it in.
Sometimes an apparent goof is not a real mistakeThe following goofs for "Die Hard" are apparently bogus. If you disagree or have additional info, please update us.
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